churchman


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Synonyms for churchman

Synonyms for churchman

a clergyman or other person in religious orders

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And seeing this goodly sum reminds me that I have a friend who is indebted to a churchman for this exact amount.
Faith, then we must help you," said Little John; and he and Arthur-a-Bland seized the fat struggling churchman and commenced to hop up and down.
Pooh, pooh;" said the doctor, with the impiety usual in persons of his profession; "he is a churchman.
I've never changed; I'm a plain Churchman now, just as I used to be before doctrines came up.
From what we can make out, Van Dyke must have been a churchman.
And do not forget, whenever a churchman does protest, that he is discharged.
In religion he was a staunch and sincere High Churchman, but it was according to the formal fashion of many thinkers of his day; he looked on the Church not as a medium of spiritual life, of which he, like his generation, had little conception, but as one of the organized institutions of society, useful in maintaining decency and order.
She followed the traditions of the epicurean churchman to whom this valuable garden owed its origin; but Benassis himself regarded it with sufficient indifference.
The direc- tor had been a CONWAY boy, the accountant had served four years at sea, the lawyer--a fine crusted Tory, High Churchman, the best of old fellows, the soul of honor-- had been chief officer in the P.
Mr Churchman, 52, said: "I thought Zoe must have misunderstood but the manager told me he had spoken to head office.
The churchman has written to the Work and Pensions Secretary about the hated fitness-to-work tests, which are grinding down the most vulnerable people across the country.
I'm not sure that the Dominion Churchman was really the direct institutional forerunner of the Anglican Journal, as you say in your September editorial [ The gift of possibilities, Sept.
Cardinal O'Brien was forced to step down as the UK's top Catholic churchman following accusations of sexual impropriety from other priests.
Zoe Churchman, 18, was told by the store manager that because all of their customers were Chinese students, he was looking for a Chinese-speaking sales assistant when she dropped her CV off at the store.
This storyline will be examined, as will O'Connor's belief that Baseley used the launch of ITV as a cover to get rid of Churchman, in the vein of the Westminster tactic of "burying bad news".